Camping as resilience practice

I’m writing this in the middle of a campground 2.5 hours from the nearest major city. My stomach is full of s’mores and my campsite full of the steam of a properly killed fire. I’m camping alone for the second time in two months and loving it. I grew up camping in large groups. Camping […]

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Seattle to San Francisco

Eight weeks ago I started my drive from Seattle to Silicon Valley. On the way, I camped at Crater Lake National Park, leapt off an 18′ cliff into the deepest lake in the U.S. and drove to Lassen Volcanic National Park, walked a quarter mile underground in a cave carved by lava. I made it to San […]

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5 Nonprofit Social Media Tools I Actually Used

I find myself transmitting a near exact copy of this information about once a month so I figured putting it here might make that process simpler. Most of the time, I am having coffee with someone who just had running social media dumped in her lap. She likes being on Facebook and may have a secret tumblr, but […]

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